Home > Strength Testing > Rebound Hammers > Manual Rebound Hammer >

Low Impact Manual Rebound Hammer
Economical Strength Testing of Hardened Concrete
and Hardness Testing of Materials

Low Impact Manual Rebound Hammer
Low Impact Manual Rebound Hammer


 
Alternative Views:


Questions?
Call us for more information!
Price: $1,100.00

Product Code: W-M-255
Qty:

Product Information
 
For orders outside the United States and Canada please contact us and we will be happy to get you a complete quote.
If you are not sure on what item to buy, please see our Purchasing Notes below or contact us and we'll be glad to assist you on your order.

We also offer an "Add extended warranty" option to your purchased instrument! Just add it to your cart.

Instruction manuals for this equipment can be found here:
Instruction Manual Low Impact Manual Rebound Hammer

Get Discounts on bulk orders! See discount table:

    # of hammers
    Discount
    10 - 19 Hammers
    5%
    20 - 29 Hammers
    10%
    30 - 39 Hammers
    15%







Product Description

Purchasing Notes

  • Use this in conjunction with the V-C-400 V-Meter MK IV™ for rapid and accurate estimation of concrete strength.

  • The equipment should be verified for proper operation with W-C-7312 Test Anvil for calibrating James Test Hammers the calibration anvil at regular intervals.

  • The Low Impact Test Hammers shown here have an Impact Energy level of 0.54 ft. lbs. (0.735 Nm) and come complete with carrying case and carborundum stone.

Specifications

  • Weight: 2 lbs (0.9 kg)
  • Size: 10 1/2” (267 mm) (with plunger retracted)
  • Shipping Weight: 6 lbs. (2.7 kg)
  • Carrying Case: 15 1/2” x 11 1/2” x 2 1/2”
  • Dimensions: (394 x 292 x 64 mm)

Applications

  • Manual hammers for the quick and easy determination of the strength of concrete.
  • Lower impact energy for testing thin walled specimens, below 100 mm (4 inches)
  • Ideal for testing small components
  • Ideal for testing rock cores, especially brittle rock
  • Paper roll and film testing

Features and Benefits

  • Easy to use manual calculation of the mean rebound number.

  • All James Test Hammers conform to:

ASTM C-805
USA
ASTM D-5873
USA
BS-1881-202
Grt. Brit.
ISO/DIS 8045
Intl.
EN 12 504-2
Europe
ENV 206
Europe
NFP 18-417
France
B 15-225
Belgium
JGJ/T 23-2001
China
JJG 817-1993
China





















Product Details

The W-M-255 Low Impact Manual Test Hammer is the instrument used for the non-destructive testing of hardened concrete for thin wall thicknesses. The unit is also used on rock cores, it's low impact energy not damaging brittle specimens. This easy-to-use instrument provides a quick and simple test for obtaining an immediate indication of concrete strength in various parts of a structure. The minimum verifiable strength is 1400 PSI (10 MPa) to approximately 9000 PSI (62 MPa). All concrete test hammers measure the surface hardness of the material they are testing; this is then correlated to concrete compressive strength.

The Low Impact Test Hammer has a number of specialized applications. It is typically used for thin concrete specimens (between 50 mm (2") and 100 mm (4") thick) such as sidewalks, bridge decks and some driveways. The unit can be used on plaster and morar as well to verify consistency. The Test Hammer is also used on brittle rock cores where a larger impact will damage the specimen. These units are commonly used to classify rock cores and brittle rock specimens. Finally, it is also suitable for paper and film rolls where the larger impact energy of a standard hammer will damage the surface of the material being tested.

Paper and Film testing are a significant application for the Low Impact Manual Test hammer. Typically eight to ten readings are taken across the surface of the paper or film roll to determine if the edges are as tightly wound as the center, and that winding has been even through out. TAPPI specifies readings 25 mm - 75 mm (1"- 3") from the edge and 150 mm ( 6" ) down the length of the roll. Rolls too loosely wound, or to soft will go out of round during shipment and storage. This will cause unwind speeds to be slowed thereby lowering productivity. Rolls that are wound too tightly or hard can burst or tear during transport, and storage.

The manual concrete test hammer (aka. Rebound Hammer, Schmidt Hammer, Swiss Hammer, Sclerometer), is the most widely used non-destructive test instrument for determining compressive strength. However, it also typically has the largest coefficient of variation; therefore, its results should be verified with another non-destructive test, such as the V-Meter MK IV.


Share your knowledge of this product with other customers... Be the first to write a review

Browse for more products in the same category as this item:

Strength Testing > Rebound Hammers > Manual Rebound Hammer
Strength Testing
Strength Testing > Rebound Hammers